2012 presidential election
Will it be four more years of partisanship or will both sides find a path to compromise? And will the Republican party see the outcome of campaign 2012 as a mandate to “re-image” itself?
Election officials in the Tri-State Area are vowing that power outages and storm damage won’t prevent people from voting in one of the tightest and most expensive races ever.
State Board of Elections spokesman John Conklin confirmed Friday that the law permits election commissioners to create a second day of voting if the turnout in any county is less than 25 percent of the total number of registered voters.
With the Waldorf buttoned down under presidential-level security, the two candidates ascended to the grand dais packed with millionaires, billionaires, bishops, pundits, politicians and the occasional TV star.
Hofstra will be center stage for the second presidential debate this election year when President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney go at it inside the university’s Mack Sports Complex on Tuesday night.
The vice presidential candidates were back on the campaign trail Friday following there sometimes “rock ’em, sock ‘em” debate on Thursday night.
While giving a speech at Virginia Military Institute, he laid out a wide-ranging policy for dealing with our friends and enemies and tried to cast himself as a statesman who would give America a strong leadership role in the world.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed over plans for taxes and creating jobs as they shared the stage for the first time Wednesday in a high-stakes debate with the power to reshape the race for the White House.
Mitt Romney turned from defense to offense on Wednesday, aggressively attacking President Barack Obama’s economic policies, and bringing up controversial comments made by the president more than a decade ago.
Is it the plain truth, or offensive rhetoric? The debate raged Wednesday about Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s comments recorded during a campaign fundraiser.
Thomas Farley recommends that if you want to talk politics, you should do it in a setting face to face with people you really know, instead of going to social media sites.
The gloves came off at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday night. Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan stepped into the spotlight and focused his frustration on President Barack Obama.
On Wednesday, Ann Romney continued her charm offensive to boost her husband’s image. Her high-profile events put her in a sense in a toe-to-toe competition with first lady Michelle Obama.
New levels of negative campaign ads have both candidates for president condemning them. The problem is each candidate is only upset by the other guy’s ads.
The short list of candidates — if there was one — was believed to include Ryan, Ohio Rep. Rob Portman and former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty.